They are illustrations of how to use alternative scripting techniques to accomplish the same tasks; which works better for your particular needs depends on those specific needs and on your scripting preferences.
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I also tried the wizard and it says something like "disabled version check".
Removes AutoAdmin and RunOnce registry entries.
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